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Borazine is more reactive than benzene. Give reason.

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In benzene, C=C bonds are non-polar while in borazine, the bonds between boron and nitrogen are polar. Addition is frequent in borazine, the more negative group generally attaches to boron atoms.

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In benzene, C=C bonds are non-polar while in borazine, the bonds between boron and nitrogen are polar. Addition is frequent in borazine, the more negative group generally attaches to boron atoms.

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